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There will be no Android 10 for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 series

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Bad news for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 users! These will not receive the software update added by the Android 10 operating system.

Since before Android 10 launched, many have been wondering if these phones would receive the update. There have even been reports that have detailed the low probability of this, but it is not until a few hours ago that it has been almost definitively confirmed that they will not be deserving of the new firmware package that adds said interface, so They are intended to continue with the Pie version until its last days.

Announced in March 2017, the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 were pre-loaded with Android 7 Nougat. The Galaxy Note 8, which became official in August of the same year, also came with Nougat pre-installed. These phones were entitled to receive two major operating system updates. The South Korean company has already released the Android Oreo and Pie updates. Thus, These devices will not receive the latest Android 10 update. (Discover: Approximate release date of Android 10 on Samsung terminals)

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The above is confirmed in the new Android 10 update schedule that the company has published for Israel, China, India and the Philippines, among other countries, in which none of these mobiles have been detailed. So If you are a user of one of these models, you can get rid of the idea of ​​receiving Android 10.

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The Android 10 roadmap for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 takes us until January

Samsung's roadmap for the Android 10 update for its smartphones and tablets includes more than 40 Galaxy devices. The launch of the operating system will begin next year. Android 10 will be available for flagship phones, as expected, as well as for some mid-range phones in the first quarter of next year. It is not known if some low-end terminals that do not have much time in the market will receive the firmware, but it is expected not.